A Journey Through Time IX at Starhill Gallery returns this year on 20 November
A bedazzling experience
Asia’s premier watch and jewellery showcase A Journey Through Time IX‘s details have been unveiled by Starhill Gallery in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism and Culture, Malaysia. Happening from 20 to 27 November 2015, the event will be held across a sprawling 30,000 square-feet area of Starhill Gallery and features over 125 international watch, jewellery and lifestyle brands throughout the eight-day event. Look forward to collections from international watch brands including Bedat & Co, Breguet, Cecil Purnell, Hermès, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Maîtres Du Temps, Moritz Grossmann, Mühle-Glashütte, Omega, Speake-Marin and Zeitwinkel; along with exquisite jewellery brands on display with special collections such as Carrera y Carrera, Ceres, Emperor’s Fine Jewels and Gübelin and Mouawad.
“A Journey Through Time has become a destination event that supports Starhill Gallery’s position as a luxury retail epicentre. It also brings our appreciation for the finest timepieces and jewellery to life as we assist a new generation of discerning consumers across Asia better understand and acquire the right pieces to accentuate their personalities, lifestyles, and watch and jewellery collections,” said Mr. Joseph Yeoh, Vice President, YTL Land & Development , YTL Hotels and Properties.
An exclusive Omega watch exhibition will be showcasing the limited edition James Bond collection for the first time in Malaysia during the event. Speaking of firsts, The Julien Macdonald Fashion Show will feature designs created exclusively for A Journey Through Time IX, his latest collection from London Fashion Week and couture pieces. The designer’s beautiful creations will be shown at the event’s Opening Gala and the open-to-public Fashion Parade on 21 November 2015 at the Adorn Floor. A private viewing of his latest collection will also be available by-appointment on 22 and 23 November 2015 from 12pm to 5pm via Starhill Gallery’s concierge. Alongside that, seven public workshops led by horologists, experienced collectors and brand experts covering a range of topics will offer everyone from beginners to seasoned collectors the opportunity to speak with, learn more from and explore the art of watch making and appreciation.
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